Burger Records is growing fast. In 2013 alone, they put out 300 or so releases (more than just cassette tapes), while their annual festival, Burgerama, managed to triple its attendance from 2013 to 2014. Now, they've booked their biggest show to date: Burgerama Four, headlined by Weezer, Ty Segall, and Fidlar — with an assorted cast of characters that includes a rare appearance by psychedelic godfather Roky Erickson, U.K. post-punk legends Gang of Four, Ariel Pink, J Mascis and what's sure to destroy at least a portion of the internet: Bone Thugs-N-Harmony.

For those who've never been to a Burgerama, the two-day festival is like Cypress Hill's SmokeOut meets Gonerfest, and now, a Gen-X thrift store version of the Warped Tour. The two-day festival will take place on March 28 and 29 at the Observatory in Santa Ana. Last year's event was held on three separate stages (indoor and outdoor), but no word yet on what this year will look like. 

With Weezer headlining Burgerama Four, it looks like Burger Records is on the tipping point of becoming a bit more well, big time in 2015. 

Here is the lineup for Burgerama Four:


Ty Segall
Black Lips
Ariel Pink
Bone Thugs-N-Harmony
Gang of Four
Roky Erickson
Beach Fossils
The King Khan & BBQ Show
White Fence
Craft Spells
Together Pangea
J Mascis
Nick Waterhouse
Shannon and the Clams
Cherry Glazerr
Tijuana Panthers
The Coathangers
Jeff the Brotherhood
Jacco Gardner
The Garden
Mystic Braves
The Queers
Tomorrows Tulips
La Luz
Dengue Fever
Peach Kelli Pop
Gap Dream
Summer Twins
Colleen Green
Cat Signs
Part Time
Mr. Elevator & The Brain Hotel
Girl Band
Michael Rault
White Fang
No Parents
John Wesley Coleman
The Lovely Bad Things
Wyatt Blair
Wax Witches
Big White
The Amazing Snakeheads
Danny James Etc.
Pizza Time
Death Valley Girls
American Culture
The Parrots

More bands to come. Tickets go on sale 10 a.m. on Friday, Dec. 12 at observatoryoc.com.

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